HUNTER'S LOG CABIN BUNK BED
In the spring of 2005, when Hunter had outgrown his crib, Tony decided he didn't want his son to have just any ordinary bed. So, he and his wife came up with the idea to construct a Log Cabin bunk bed. The bed features a fully enclosed lower sleeping area, front steps, interior lights, a ladder to the top bunk, and guard rail on top. The exterior is covered in real log cabin siding and the roof has real cedar shake shingles. Tony built the bed in sections and then assembled it in Hunter's room.
Buffalo head from Glacier National Park, Montana
2"x 3" frame construction covered with 1/4" plywood skin, then covered with log cabin siding.
Interior is finished with maple paneling.
Solid pine trim and moldings painted green
Cedar shake shingles on roof.
Includes 3 interior lights connected to a 3 setting touch dimmer switch.
Solid pine ladder with steps reinforced with 1 1/2" oak supports.
Bed accommodates standard twin size mattress and box spring. Box spring is not necessary on bunk.
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